Trump’s Favorite NFL Team CAVES, All Players Will Stand For Anthem Next Sunday


President Donald Trump is an absolute winner this time, and NFL learned its lesson. Our leader made a bunch of good remarks, and criticized team owners for their attitude towards the protests.

NFL players will soon recognize their mistake, and karma is here to play its little destiny. Will they have a change to fix things? I don’t think so.

Pittsburgh Steelers and other teams decided to protest the Star-Spangled Banner. But, there is one amazing team, and these players won’t kneel or stay in the locker room.

We all saw many New England Patriots players kneeling during the national anthem. The crowd went wild, and fans booed the team. But, this time they will stand together.

That’s a major win for the President. He knew that the spoiled players had to learn their lesson before it’s too late. They are here to do sports and play a game. NFL players have to accept their responsibilities, as provided by their contract.

All Patriots players will stand during the anthem before the game against the Carolina Panthers at Gillette Stadium. The information was confirmed by sources close to the team.

Patriot’s owner Robert Kraft is a close friend of President Trump. he didn’t know what to do, and was torn between his players and the President. Kraft was disappointed by the President’s comments, and Tom Brady also expressed his disagreement with this. They both think that players have the right to do whatever they want.

But, their contract has something else to say. Team owners can actually kick out players who misbehave, and the law is on their side.

So, other teams should follow the steps of Patriots, and drop their criticism. NFL players should act reasonably before things get worse. President Trump warned them all, and it’s up to them to decide whether they’d change their  attitude.

What do you think about this? Do you think Patriots made a good decision to honor the anthem? How will President Donald Trump react to this? Will other NFL players protest the Star-Spangled Banner?